2 edition of Glass trade beads in Alaska found in the catalog.
Glass trade beads in Alaska
Polly G. Miller
by Bead Society of Central Florida in Altamonte Springs, FL (121 Larkspur Dr., Altamonte Springs 32701)
Written in English
|Statement||by Polly Miller.|
|Contributions||Bead Society of Central Florida.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A3 M55 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||94237824|
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This paper provides a description of the beads, a discussion of their use by Russian explorers and Alaska Natives, and an analysis of the horizontal and vertical distribution of the beads within the longhouse. Glass Trade Beads From Archaeological Site at Atiligauraq, Alaska The People Atiligauraq is in the Cape Krusenstern National Monument located in northwestern Alaska on the northern coastline of Kotzebue Sound.
Glass trade beads are tiny packets of information that are commonly misunderstood by archaeologists. Evidence is accumulating to indicate that they were introduced to Alaska before contact through existing indigenous trade : Margan Allyn Grover.
InJ.J. Astor's American Fur Company was allowed to trade with Alaska, and the Hudson's Bay Company in American and Canadian/British traders brought most glass beads into Alaska, including the so-called "Russian" bead.
Not only was it not made in Russia, but also it is unlikely that the Russians even handled it much. Brief mention is made of the use of glass beads in earrings, bracelets, and hair decoration by the natives of northwestern Alaska in Three earrings and one beaded nose ornament File Size: KB.
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Ancient Native American Indians had worn beads for centuries made of antler, bone, copper, shell, stone and wood. The Vikings, Christopher Columbus' party, Spanish Explorers, Jesuit Priests and Lewis and Clark all brought glass beads for trade with the American : Teresa Kasner.
It refers to the multi-layered wound mosaic glass beads which were produced in Venice beginning in the early ’s. They were produced by creating flowers or stripes from glass canes, that were then cut and molded onto a core of solid color. They are commonly known as “African Trade Beads.”.
The History of. Trade Beads by O. Ned Eddins. Uses by permission. OctoColumbus recorded in his logbook the natives of San Salvador Island were given red caps and glass beads.
This is the earliest written record of glass beads in the Americas. The Spanish explorer Hernando Cortéz landed on the coast of Mexico in the spring of OctoColumbus recorded in his logbook the natives of San Salvador Island were given red caps and glass beads.
This is the earliest written record of glass beads in the Americas. The Spanish explorer Hernando Cortéz landed on the coast of Mexico in the spring of His ships carried glass beads along with other European trade goods. Cite this Record. Glass Trade Beads in Alaska.
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Each glass bead is created using a variety of boro and soft glass colors with each individually made in Alaska. That is the name given to the beautiful Cobalt Blue, hand faceted, tubular glass trade beads originally traded by the Russians to the Alaska Natives in exchange for Sea Otter pelts or.
Emphasizing what was traded long ago, what exists today, and what can still be collected, this book is an introduction to the subject of historic trade goods, from glass beads, cloth, and ornaments, to knives, firearms, and tomahawks.
-Larry Dickens/5(15).glass trade beads of southeast america The prehistoric natives in both continents, that would come to be known as the Americas, made and wore many bead type ornaments. They used ceramics, shell, bone, various minerals and probably wood to fashion these decorative embellishments but the manufacture and usage of Indian-made personal adornment.African glass "Trade Beads" of European origin came into existence when European Traders along the route between Europe and Africa were pressed for an acceptable currency form to exchange on African soil.
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